We consult the Vulture Snootometer!
As summer-desperate editors have always known, any idea, no matter how goofy, can be stretched into a popular recurring feature.
We ask Vulture brother (and former Met designer) Dennis Kois if this was his fault.
Is the Met a death trap???
According to the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, a recent inspection of the Met turned up mouse poop.
Vulture's Dan Kois talks with the Met's Andrew Bolton about "Superheroes." Plus: lightning fight!
Good-bye, Coney Island?
The rewards are there for the taking, but as with gas and groceries, the prices they must pay just keep going up.
Who's a Cylon now? What's up with Starbuck's Viper? Will they ever find Earth? Who's gonna DIE?
Plus Jimmy Kimmel on his 1,000th episode, Peter Jackson's heaven, and 50 Cent soothes the G-Unit.
Just how interesting is an art exhibit called “Gray” featuring paintings that are, for the most part, gray?
An Artist's Look at Eli Broad's Last-Second Sucker Punch of Michael Govan and the L.A. County Museum of Art
A New York artist talks about LACMA's surprising betrayal at the hands of a wealthy collector.
Why were typically shy art owners suddenly willing to go public?
The New Yorker fingers a Met curator as Philippe's heir.
Time to recalibrate the Snootometer!
"Working at the Met under Philippe was like having been a minor courtier in the palace of Louis XIV."
The ruby-throated voice of Patrick Stewart, the even-handed temperament and patrician air of a seasoned diplomat, and the ideals and ethics of a philosopher.
Introducing Vulture's Snootometer™!